means you can talk your Self out of getting .... or talk yourself into ordering....or settle on.... Regardless of what is said in your head, this is a conversation with your Self.
If you couple that conversation with your spiritual Self, you can tap into your inner Divinity and gain a loyal
and nurturing friend. This internal Voice of Good is easily recognizable for it promotes fairness with your
Self and forgiveness, love, mercy and maturity.
If you are prone to negativity, think of it like God giving you an internal pep talk!
For example, instead of the self-hating "bad" voice, try the self-loving voice of good and compassion. Tell your Self, "I'll do better next time" or "I will keep on trying because I know I am capable of doing this," or "Things take time. I need to be patient with myself". Or you might say "I will be treated with the respect and dignity," or "How can I learn from this and move on?" or "I trust in God's bigger picture."
When you take responsibility for this internal conversation, you empower yourself with awareness and the
ability to take action. If you are listening, these voices will alert you that you are heading into negativity and remind you to bring forth the
Voice of Good within you. It will give you time to get your balance and realign yourself with your inner Divine so you can consciously get back on a more positive, self-loving path.
We are all made in God's Image but not all of us are open to letting God illuminate within and be
merciful and kind and fair with our Selves. It takes practice and commitment but it balances the need for accountability with the compassion that understands "learning the hard way" and the need for self-forgiveness.
Every time we manage our internal dialogue to focus on the good and the positive, our inner Divinity sparkles and grants us enlightenment and love and teaches us what true nurturing is all about.